15 Replies to “Focus!!!”

  1. I think you got the inspiration for this from TELive Monday night. Jon was having a little trouble focusing, and even Justin couldn’t quite keep his rant together. Come on guys, FOCUS!!

  2. Ah Blain you are never boring. Another great video AND you make a really important point people would do well to consider.

    Those who jump from one program to another in the hope of finding the push button, set-and-forget, automatic-income generating, lazy man’s key to riches will be searching until they either run out of money or die trying.

    Focus is the key. Deep down we ALL know it but so few of us ever manage to stand still long enough to focus on anything long enough to make it work.

    Keep up the good work.

  3. You are 100% right, but… jumping from one program to another is how a newbie learns about online marketing. For me it was a process of gaining experience and learning about business and people. When you start you do not know – who is who. If the program is good or rubbish, if the owner is honest or just wants your money.
    You do not have anybody to ask, because you do not know anybody.
    My road to the knowledge of the marketing business was quite rocky and expensive.
    And NOW – I really now!
    Is there another way to choose the right business for the person, who is just starting?
    With all my best wishes to you Blain,
    Cheers.

    1. Very true Maria. That is what I did when I first started in this business. We need to find a way to effectively help new people in this business so that this phase that everyone seems to go through is shortened as much as possible or completely eliminated. But how do we do it?

  4. Blain this couldn’t be further from the truth. I personally know that when you focus on your plan you can’t help but to accomplish what you set out to do. I think the biggest problem is that most people don’t have a plan to focus on. So they have no means to stick to anything. Like the Professor always says, If you have no plan, then your simply planning to fail. Thanks for another great post keeep the good work comming and anyone who needs a plan or wants one well you need to come see Professor Cue Ball Clicks aka Murayo

    1. That is a great point Murray.So the problem isn’t necessarily focus, but the lack of a plan to focus on. Very Good.

  5. I have finally learned to focus. I started to cut down on the programs I joined and promoted around November last year and I actually started getting referrals. I am still new to this (started May 2010) and was fortunate to meet the right people early. Thanks for the great posts Blain!

  6. Nice vidlog Blain!

    It’s true that it isn’t easy to be a newbie in this field. I pretty much had to start from scratch and do a lot of research. It was pretty tough not knowing anyone and some people whom you’d ask would pitch a number of programs upfront. And just like what Maria mentioned, that’s pretty much how a newbie starts out.. jumping from one program to another. It’s a good thing I’m pretty conservative in terms of investing that I didn’t shell out lots starting out. I had a plan and a goal, true, but didn’t have a “road map.” It was like navigating in the dark. But lucky for me, I did earn some here and there that I try to upgrade when I can. I’m still in the process of establishing a regular income, but I’m quite happy that I do have more people to ask. Since CTP launched, I’ve met more helpful and supportive individuals who somehow go out of their way to assist you without necessarily pitching some new program. Focus is indeed the keyword!

    Keep the blog coming!

    Rain

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